2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play purse, winner's share, prize money payout
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2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play purse, winner’s share, prize money payout



The 2017 Dell Technologies Match Play purse is set for $9.75 million, with the winner's share coming in at $1,660,000 -- a little lower than the standard 18 percent payout (actually 17.03 percent), according to the PGA Tour's prize money distribution chart.

The WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play field is headed by Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Hideki Matsuyama.

Every player earns a paycheck this week, with the last-place finisher earning $48,000. Players who get out of the round-robin stage and into the final bracket of 16 earn a minimum of $158,000.



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The event is at the Austin Country Club in Austin, Texas with the Pete Dye design that is great for match play.

2017 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play purse, winner's share, prize money payout

  • 1. $1,660,000 - Dustin Johnson
  • 2. $1,045,000 - Jon Rahm
  • 3. $678,000 - Bill Haas
  • 4. $545,000 - Hideo Tanihara
  • T-5. $298,000 - Alex Noren
  • T-5. $298,000 - Phil Mickelson
  • T-5. $298,000 - Soren Kjeldsen
  • T-5. $298,000 - Ross Fisher
  • T-9. $158,000 - Bubba Watson
  • T-9. $158,000 - Marc Leishman
  • T-9. $158,000 - Kevin Na
  • T-9. $158,000 - Charles Howell III
  • T-9. $158,000 - Paul Casey
  • T-9. $158,000 - William McGirt
  • T-9. $158,000 - Brooks Koepka
  • T-9. $158,000 - Zach Johnson

All of the players who failed to make the Round of 16 were paid on a sliding scale based on performance in their three matches: T-58 for players who scored 0 points in group play, T-51 for those who earned 0.5 points, T-39 for players who earned 1 point, T-30 for players who earned 1.5 points and T-17 for players who earned 2 points.

  • T-17. $99,308 -- Tyrrell Hatton
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Brandt Snedeker
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Rafa Cabrera Bello
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Louis Oosthuizen
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Charl Schwartzel
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Matt Fitzpatrick
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Kevin Kisner
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Bernd Wiesberger
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Martin Kaymer
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Lee Westwood
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Jhonattan Vegas
  • T-17. $99,308 -- Pat Perez
  • T-17. $99,308 -- K.T. Kim
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Rory McIlroy
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Jordan Spieth
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Sergio Garcia
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Jim Furyk
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Thomas Pieters
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Ryan Moore
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Si Woo Kim
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Brendan Steele
  • T-30. $74,000 -- Matt Kuchar
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Joost Luiten
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Thongchai Jaidee
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Chris Wood
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Kevin Chappell
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Daniel Berger
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Gary Woodland
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Tommy Fleetwood
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Jimmy Walker
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Russell Knox
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Branden Grace
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Danny Willett
  • T-39. $63,500 -- Justin Thomas
  • T-51. $54,071 -- Hideki Matsuyama
  • T-51. $54,071 -- Patrick Reed
  • T-51. $54,071 -- Emiliano Grillo
  • T-51. $54,071 -- J.B. Holmes
  • T-51. $54,071 -- Yuta Ikeda
  • T-51. $54,071 -- Shane Lowry
  • T-51. $54,071 -- Jason Dufner
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Byeong-hun An
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Jason Day
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Francesco Molinari
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Scott Piercy
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Jeunghun Wang
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Andy Sullivan
  • T-58. $49,500 -- Webb Simpson

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